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Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Democrat Party Can't Decide Its Core Values

In attendace at a meeting of Wyoming Democrats, Democratic National Committee vice chairman Rep. Mike Honda, D-CA, made these comments about the national party:

"We lost touch at the federal level... We have a hard time deciding what our core values are and what are issues."

How can one have a hard time deciding what his or her core values are? Core values are basic guiding principles. They are deep-seeded beliefs. They come from within. People or organizations that "have a hard time deciding" what their core values are, probably don't have any.

Thus, one problem with the Democrat Party.

1 Comments:

Blogger Malott said...

It was an interesting article. I've often wondered if the far left wing of the party has a greater influence on the moderate local and state Democrats than these moderates have on the party in general. I know there are many FDR/JFK Democrats out there that simply don't share the views of the wacko left but they are unable to move the national leaders toward sanity. They stick up for their leftist, anti-American, blame America first leaders as if they were mainstream. I guess its "their team" right or wrong.

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